Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team coaches are ready to go for another year.

Ready to go for another year at GKHAT

After a great 2011 the coaches with the Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team are set for another run in 2012.

After last year’s successful coaching course held by Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team (GKHAT), this year they are holding two courses. The first is the CSCF Entry Level Coaching Course 20 – 22 January – Anyone that is interested in gaining their Entry Level (Level 1) Coaching Course so you can assist with any basic coaching can attend this three-day course. The Second is the CSCF Developmental Level Coaching Course 6 – 10 February – Anyone that is interested in gaining their Developmental Level (Level 2) Coaching Course can attend this five-day course. For more information on either of these courses contact Pete Russell at 250-344-8666 or email webeskiing5@gmail.com  More details of the course content and online registration can be found at www.canskicoach.org. (The photo is of last year’s group.)

 

 

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